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Why I quit my corporate job and joined a coding bootcamp.
Mar 7 2019

Why I quit my corporate job and joined a coding bootcamp.

“After few years in the corporate world I really needed a change - change of career, environment and felt a strong need to learn something new. Maybe it was ...

Going From Working in Politics to Teaching Code
Mar 4 2019

Going From Working in Politics to Teaching Code

Juliette is a lead teacher for the Le Wagon. A few years ago, she dabbled into coding and fell in love with it. Today, she travels the world teaching with Le Wagon.

Meet the Women of Le Wagon
Mar 4 2019

Meet the Women of Le Wagon

The Winter Batch 210 started on January 7 and finishes on March 8, which also happens to be International Women’s Day. This class has six female students from very diverse background...

All-Rounded Sales & Marketing Digital Nomad Who Codes
Feb 25 2019

All-Rounded Sales & Marketing Digital Nomad Who Codes

Marco has spent a majority of his time working while traveling the world. Coming from the world of marketing and sales, he knew the importance and dominance of technology. That's whe...

From SEO manager to Ruby on Rails developer.
Feb 21 2019

From SEO manager to Ruby on Rails developer.

Read Jadwiga’s experience on before, during and after the bootcamp. Freshly graduated in December 2018 at Le Wagon in Berlin, Jadwiga found a position as Ruby on Rails developer in l...

Taking the Leap Into a Developer Role After Years As A Corporate Lawyer
Feb 18 2019

Taking the Leap Into a Developer Role After Years As A Corporate Lawyer

Tair was a corporate lawyer who ditched the legal world to pursue coding. After completing the bootcamp, she is committed to continuous learning and fully transitioning into a develo...

Coding, one step closer to mastering deep tech
Feb 15 2019

Coding, one step closer to mastering deep tech

From Cambridge grad to Le Wagon, this eye-opening experience led Harry to liken the bootcamp to the matrix. His eyes are now open to the endless possibilities of technology.

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